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Simply 'i' › Send the output for affected objects to a DB File

August 23rd, 2012 Comments off
Another request we felt made a lot of sense for the JRNMASTER list affected objects program was to allow the output to be written straight to a file instead of displaying through a panel group. So you can now run the request against a receiver and it will create the output in a DB file [...]


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Simply 'i' › Improved the List of affected objects in a receiver to include IFS entries

August 22nd, 2012 Comments off
I have just updated the JRNMASTER tool which allows the listing of objects that have entries in a journal receiver to include IFS entries. This was part of the original tools design but the implementation was not provided in the initial release. Now you can ask for either library based (*OBJ) or IFS (*IFS) entries [...]


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Simply 'i' › New tool to display the affected objects in a journal receiver

August 22nd, 2012 Comments off
Ever wanted to know what objects have been updated in a particular journal receiver? Well we had a couple of requests from clients saying they would. So we have built a new option in the JRNMASTER tool which will allow you to display the objects as well as some other important information. The tool simply [...]


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Simply 'i' › Version 7.1 of HA4i is in the final stages of testing

August 7th, 2012 Comments off
We have been very quiet on the Blog front for some time now, this has been the result of some major changes to the HA4i product which we are finally in the position to mention. HA4i has continued to grow in terms of its capabilities and features, the latest release is a major upgrade from [...]


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Simply 'i' › New addition to Journal tool

August 7th, 2012 Comments off
A recent request from a client has resulted in an update to the JRNMASTER tool we have available for download. The client was having problems with files being removed from journaling by an application which they could not alter. The application could not be changed to remove the offending operation which stopped the journaling even [...]


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Simply 'i' › How to see what locks are against an IFS object.

July 16th, 2012 Comments off
I had been looking around for a method to find out who was locking a specific IFS object, the problem came to light after some new programs we were developing crashed before closing the files (I thought when a program ended the file would be automatically released, but it looks like that may not be [...]


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Simply 'i' › New features we are working on for HA4i

April 3rd, 2012 Comments off
Things are still changing and we are releasing updates to the HA4i product on a regular basis. As customers use the products they ask for changes to existing processes or ask for new ones to be added, we are also always looking for better ways to carry out some of the tasks already built into [...]


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Simply 'i' › Retrieving list of messages and displaying in PHP

March 23rd, 2012 Comments off
We have been looking at how to display the messages generated by our products to allow the user to view them. Generating a list of the messages and the first level text was pretty simple, but we wanted to be able to retrieve the 1st and second level text from the message after it has [...]


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